The swarm of drones in Colorado over recent weeks may have a reasonable explanation.
Rockets exploded in Baghdad's Green Zone and a base housing U.S. troops north of the Iraqi capital Saturday.
An airstrike hit a convoy of the Iranian-backed Hashd Shaabi militia north of Baghdad on Friday night, likely killing its leader Shibl al-Zaydi, reports said.
A volley of rockets hit a convoy carrying Quds Force Commander General Qasem Soleimani on the perimeter of the Baghdad airport, sources told International Business Times. The Pentagon confirmed the...
As the calendar year came to a close Lockheed Martin went out with a bang.
The Trump administration is rushing about 750 paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division to Kuwait to help with the situation in Baghdad, if needed. Thousands more may be on the way soon.
Before the U.S. and Iran go to war they should consider a peaceful solution.
The truth that nobody is talking about is the fact that the Middle East is a setup, a money-pit that will never accept democracy.
Recent sightings of a swarm of drones have Colorado residents wondering what is going on.
A new bill signed into law on December 20th has NASA moving forward with a new program.
The Pentagon leaked footage of a drill showing special forces capture and lead away "terrorists" in a not-so-subtle message to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
The U.S. Army has opened a request for information(RFI) for hypersonic weapons.
In the face of warnings from the U.S. Iran has resumed work on a reactor.
Despite political chatter, the USAF has selected 8 companies to complete projects on Turkish bases.
SpaceX has completed the tenth test of its parachute recovery system.
The project to relocate a U.S. base on Okinawa has run into another problem.
A formation of four Russian warplanes practiced attacking a U.S. Navy ship in the Black Sea.
The Russian military suffered a technological loss as one of its SU-57 fighter jet crashed during a training mission.
The F-22 "Raptor" will continue to dominate the skies on the battlefield as Lockheed has secured a $7 billion contract to sustain the aircraft.
A bill that is expected to go before the President within the next week that will authorize the USAF to purchase 8 new aircraft.